Frith Street Gallery

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17-18 Golden Square, London W1F 9JJ
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  • Massimo Bartolini: 2017 Kathmandu Triennale

    Massimo Bartolini: 2017 Kathmandu Triennale

    Kathmandu Triennale
    24 March – 9 April 2017

    Massimo Bartolini will be featured in the exhibiton ‘The City, My Studio / The City, My Life’ curated by Philippe Van Cauteren as part of the 2017 Kathmandu Triennale. It will take place at multiple locations across Kathmandu including Siddhartha Art Gallery, Patan Museum, Taragaun Museum, and the Nepal Art Council.

  • Polly Apfelbaum: Chromatic Scale

    Polly Apfelbaum: Chromatic Scale

    Chromatic Scale: Prints by Polly Apfelbaum
    National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington D.C.
    10 March – 2 July 2017

    Featuring prints in NMWA’s collection along with complementary loans, Chromatic Scale takes a focused look at Apfelbaum’s print work, a part of her oeuvre that has not been extensively studied, and examines how the artist extends the conventional boundaries of color and technique.

  • Fiona Tan: “Ascent” Screening

    Fiona Tan: “Ascent” Screening

    The Museum of Modern Art, New York (MoMA)
    Thursday 23 February, 19:30

    Ascent presents Mount Fuji, the holy Japanese volcano, in every shot of this kaleidoscopic compilation of photos. Balancing between documentary and fiction, this filmic experiment is illuminated by a soundtrack of an English woman’s voice reminiscing about her dead Japanese lover who once climbed the volcano.

  • Fiona Tan: Geography of Time at Tel Aviv Museum of Art

    Fiona Tan: Geography of Time at Tel Aviv Museum of Art

    Geography of Time
    Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv
    17 February — 24 June 2017

    Artist Talk: Friday 17 February, 12pm

    This exhibition is chronologically situated between May You Live in Interesting Times (1997), Fiona Tan’s early autobiographical film, and Nellie (2013), a portrait of Cornelia van Rijn, Rembrandt’s illegitimate daughter, who emigrated from Amsterdam to Indonesia at the age of 16. Comprised of four major video installations by the artist, including Lapse of Memory (2007) and Diptych (2006 -11), the exhibition explores relationships between the still image, moving image and sound, as well as their spatial and architectural dimensions.

  • Fiona Tan: Ascent

    Fiona Tan: Ascent

    De Pont Museum, Tilburg
    11 February – 11 June 2017

    As part of De Pont Museum’s 25th anniversary celebrations Fiona Tan has been invited to exhibit in the newly renovated and extended museum. Centered on Tan’s 2016 audiovisual and photographic installation Ascent, the new solo exhibition also includes work by the artist from the past decade, as well as several new pieces.

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